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Published on Jul 25, 2012
British vocalist Pete Churchill, in addition to serving as Professor of Jazz Composition at the Royal Academy of Music and directing the jazz choir at the Trinity College of Music, has also developed a novel approach towards training large groups of students to sing with articulation, rhythm, and harmony.
Pete's methodology springs from his philosophy that providing ear training, movement, and singing to all students must serve as the foundation of music education.
In this video, he explains the outline of his philosophy.